Confer - continuing professional development, seminars and conferences for psychotherapists, counsellors and psychologists
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
THE SPEAKER
Dr Margot Sunderland is Director of Education and Training at The Centre for Child Mental Health London and an Integrative Child Psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer. She has written many books on child mental health, which collectively have been published in twenty countries. Her internationally acclaimed book, The Science of Parenting, endorsed by Professor Jaak Panksepp, won First Prize in the British Medical Association Medical Book Awards 2007, Popular Medicine category.


THE NEUROSCIENCE AND TREATMENT OF CHILDHOOD TRAUMA
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VENUE
LONDON
Tavistock Centre
120 Belsize Lane
London
NW3 5BA
DIRECTIONS AND MAP
DATE
Saturday 28 January 2012 - London
SCHEDULE
09.30 Registration and coffee
10.00 First session
16.00 End (re-scheduled end time)
CPD HOURS
Certificates of Attendance for 5 hours will be provided at the event.
PROGRAMME DETAILS
FEES
London
  • Self-funded £90 + VAT
  • Organisationally-funded £180 + VAT

Edinburgh
  • Self-funded £100 + VAT
  • Organisationally-funded £180 + VAT
REFRESHMENTS
The fee includes light refreshments and lunch
BOOKING CONDITIONS
Regrettably, refunds cannot be given in any circumstances. However, you may give your place to another person if you let us know that personís name at least 24 hours before the event begins. We reserve the right to change a speaker at one of our conferences.However, if a solo presenter cancels we will offer a refund or transfer.

THE NEUROSCIENCE AND TREATMENT OF CHILDHOOD TRAUMA
A one-day training seminar for psychotherapists, psychologists and child specialists
28 JANUARY 2012 - LONDON
ABOUT THIS EVENT

This day of accessible presentations will empower professionals with the latest research on the long-term effects of trauma on the childís developing brain, the effects of post-traumatic stress and attachment disorders. Dr Sunderland will explore the reasons for disturbed behaviour, traumatic enactment and psychosomatisation in childhood. She will explain, from our emerging understanding of the neurobiology of trauma, how physical action is necessary to initiate new ways for the child to perceive reality, and to calm some of the most primitive alarm systems in the brain. These therapeutic understandings are also relevant to adults suffering from past childhood trauma. Most importantly Dr Sunderland will consider implications for treatment, right down to the specifics of how to be, what to say, and how to listen so that children and young people can feel safe enough to want to share and work through their traumatic experiences.
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